Honda Reveals New NSX Production Facility and Chief Engineer Details

May 15, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

New NSXHonda is keen on introducing some of the top segmentsupercars for the customers and therefore the automaker has just made an announcement that they are going to produce the new Acura NSX supercar at the Performance Manufacturing Center in Ohio. The automaker said that this will be their third production facility in the state. Honda also said that they needed a better production facility and the new $70 million advanced production facility is right for the production of Acura NSX.

The new production facility offers 184,000 square feet of space and is located close to Honda R&D Americas Inc. Honda also made a quick announcement that Ted Klauss will be the new Global Chief Engineer for NSX. He is currently the Chief Engineer at Honda R&D Americas.

The all new 2015 Acura NSX will be a new model and will be different from the earlier models that Honda Acura has come up with in the past. The designers at Acura has claimed that they will be focusing on better aerodynamics and stability and therefore the new Acura will have low nose and wider body that would offer better aerodynamic shape to the vehicle. The front fascia of the vehicle will have similar appearance but with some minor tweaks to make it look distinct from the earlier versions.

The 2015 Acura NSX will also be the first hybrid version that Honda is focusing on. Hence, the car will have 3.5 liter hybrid engine that will be mated with two electric motors and seven speed dual clutched automated manual transmission. It will also have an advanced all wheel drive system that has never been introduced before. Honda claims that the new Acura NSX will offer better top speed, acceleration without compromising the fuel efficiency or the performance of the vehicle. So far, Honda has not commented on the retail price of the vehicle.

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